Tui Group has reported a loss of €670 million for the third quarter of the year. However, the company has now resumed business activities in all European markets, with cashflow positive for the period.
Tui has launched its latest venture, Tui River Cruises, after an 18-month delay due to the Covid-19 Pandemic. Passenger sailings begin on Sunday.
TUI Group has extended its existing credit lines until summer 2024 as the company seeks to insulate itself from the ongoing impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Travellers can choose from 45 destinations, including winter classics such as the Canaries, Egypt and Mexico, as well as brand new Senegal, perfect for a new experience off the beaten track.
Marella Cruises will be welcoming a new sailing, Tropical Shores, where cruisers can explore the breath-taking scenery of the Caribbean from Barbados onboard Marella Discovery.
Jamaica has confirmed that TUI UK will be re-starting flights from the UK this Thursday. This follows news that fully vaccinated Brits no longer need to quarantine on return from amber destinations.
TUI is moving to permanent flexible working in the UK following the Covid-19 pandemic. The majority of office-based employees have worked from home since the start of the pandemic in March last year.
The holiday giant will no longer be offering departures to Mexico, Dominican Republic, Costa Rica, Turkey, Egypt, Cape Verde, Morocco, Tunisia and Bulgaria until at least June 27th.
Robinson, a high-end brand owned by TUI Group, is sharpening its profile for its fiftieth anniversary with the launch of a new brand identity.
The company reported an adjusted loss of €1.3 billion for the first half of the year, down further from losses of €795 million seen in the same period last year.